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There are plenty of reasons to pick up either console depending on your personal preferences. PS4 tends to offer superior performance over Xbox One when it comes to third-party games. Xbox One owners have access to a library of IP not found anywhere else. Halo, Gears of War, Forza and more will forever be at home on Microsoft’s system.

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This warble can be decreased somewhat by dimming the lights in your room, which also helps with tracking issues involving the PlayStation Camera. But this problem was present in most situations during my testing, even though you usually have to look for it to know it’s there.

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One feature to make Xbox One owners jealous is “Remote Play”, through which you can play PS4 games on your handheld PlayStation Vita. Lag makes the streaming experience less than perfect, especially if you connect from afar, but being able to use the Vita as a second controller in games such as Knack and Lego Marvel Super Heroes is a blessing.

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Jmac September 8, 2016, 2:52 pm Not necessarily true. It just needs to be able to read the higher density triple layer discs. There’s no magic to a “4K BR Player” beyond that. The reason standalone BR decks can’t be updated to 4K is (a) they don’t have the processing hardware to decode H.265 video streams; or (b) they can’t output 4K video with HDCP 2.2. Neither of these is a limitation of the PS4 Pro, so the only question is whether its BR drive is capable of reading 100GB triple layer discs. If it is (and there’s really no reason why it shouldn’t be), then 4K BR should be just a firmware update away.

Beyond fewer microtransactions, home screen navigation is the area most in need of an overhaul. In trying to simplify the user experience, the minimalist approach is instead confusing and oddly cluttered. Favourite apps can be pinned but otherwise get clumped together in a sub-menu, making it trickier to organise. Hopefully, better categorisation is only a software update away.

This is still a high price tag on its face — PSVR costs at least $100 more than the console it requires to play it. But if someone is even casually interested in VR, Sony’s ask is a dramatically easier-to-swallow proposition. PSVR games will not look as good as similar titles can on the Rift or Vive, and developers for the system will have to sacrifice details and polygons to hit the minimum frame rate necessary to keep players from becoming ill.

Looks aside, PlayStation VR is ridiculously comfortable. Your average virtual reality headset is strapped on like a ski mask, which ensures a snug fit but can also squeeze your face unpleasantly. PSVR, by contrast, has a padded plastic ring that rests on your head a bit like a hard hat. To put it on, you’ll push a button to loosen the sides, stretch it over your upper skull, and fine-tune the tightness with a dial on the back. The screen is anchored to the front of the ring, where it almost floats in front of your face. Another button lets you adjust the focus by sliding the screen in and out, which also means it fits easily over glasses.

Despite some minor annoyances — the system is a bit of a pain to set up, there are a lot of wires involved and the PlayStation Camera can sometimes lose tracking momentarily due to light pollution — this is virtual reality. This is good virtual reality. I felt like I went places. I shot scary clowns. I saw moving short films. I was in space. I was underwater. I grabbed objects and turned them around in front of my face to explore them. I was inside the game. It was everything I loved about VR, at a price that’s much lower than the competition, using extra hardware that makes sharing those experiences with those around you or watching a stream a seamless process.

The Xbox One’s interface is fairly intuitive, with large app icons, shortcuts for getting to your games quickly, and a guide menu that lets you see friends, track achievements and take screenshots with a quick button tap. It’s not quite as clean or responsive as the PS4’s interface, but it’s getting there.

It’s become even more confusing in the latest update, with the PS4 Pro boasting a faster CPU and a GPU that can process over twice as many TFLOPS. It can markedly improve games that have been optimized or launch with support for the extra power, adding new effects, higher resolution (up to 4K), and smoother frame rates (up to 60fps, which makes Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration look amazing). The number of games that take advantage of that power is limited, though it will likely grow.

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VR Luge is also controlled purely by moving your head and does exactly what it says on the tin (assuming you were expecting street luge, anyway). The controls are very responsive, although the sense of speed is never quite as fast you might hope. There are some nice gags along the way, such as trucks crashing in front of you and busy intersections, but it’s all hobbled by the incredibly low resolution and blurry visuals.

When you’re looking at the launch versions of both systems, the PS4 is the clear winner in the looks department. Sony’s console is slim and lightweight, whereas the Xbox One is chunky and relies on an annoying external power brick.

Which of these things you prioritise is entirely up to you. Or, if you prefer, you could wait until next year for the super-powerful Xbox Scorpio, whatever that ends up being.”

Gaming AgeOct 25, 2016 100 I’m absolutely impressed by every aspect of Battlefield 1. While it’s easy to think that the weapons and machines available to a game based on the first World War might feel like a step back for military shooters, I think you’ll be surprised by how exciting and modern Battlefield 1 still manages to feel.

SuperkenGaming Sep 2, 2016 5 One Way Trip A bit of a mess One Way Trip is a choose your own adventure visual novel… I personally wouldn’t really call this a game… butOne Way Trip A bit of a mess One Way Trip is a choose your own adventure visual novel… I personally wouldn’t really call this a game… but in 2016 this is kind of subjective… This visual novel is 6 hours long, and all you do is read and choose how to respond to dialog… And before we get too deep, if you watch my videos regularly, youll know im probably one of the worst readers of all time… The only reading I do these days is with audio books… One Way Trip is an interesting concept.. the water supply has been poisoned and everyone who has drank any has 6 hours to live.. and during these 6 hours all of these people will experience hallucinations.. Unfortunately as potentially thought provoking as this concept is… Nothing of that sort is ever accomplished…. This is more of a stoners movie style adventure than it is a heart wrenching story with seemingly impossible decisions like the telltale walking dead series… And for that reason this story just couldn’t keep my attention… As stated already im a horrible reader… Its hard enough to pay attention to something im emotionally interested in… Here theres so much weird going on to try and keep up with as well as music in the background that doesn’t go with the game at all… Not saying overall it doesn’t fit.. it just doesn’t fit with the scenes 99% of the time… The music in this game is great and its almost worth buying the game for just the music alone.. but it’s the only sound the game makes.. theres no voice acting… no sounds to bring life to the images displayed on your screen as you read.. just a mixtape in the background seemingly on shuffle… and again while the music is great, its very distracting, especially for someone like me… And for some reason to jumble it up even more theres another story going on at the same time within the game… it is thankfully optional… but its so hard keeping track of whats going on in your world, that it doesn’t really make sense to follow another story of a game developer who lives with a roommate that seemingly does nothing but get high… and that’s all he wants to do with you… I did enjoy the strange things going on here though actually more than the main game itself… and you get to play this game within the game in short bursts as the main characters chase after the cure to save humanity One Way Trip is a strange game… I just wish it went for something more than just being a 6 hour long adult swim short… I give one way trip a 5/10… Expand

This is somewhat complicated by Sony’s introduction of the PlayStation 4 Pro later this year, which is being released in part as a means of running VR titles better than the base system can. But even that system will start at $399. PlayStation VR is the least expensive VR platform by a good margin, while offering more control options at launch than the Rift.

And Core Design did not disappoint. The developer learned a lot from creating the first game, and in turn gave us a bigger, cleaner, more exciting world in which to maneuver. TR2 felt like a big step up from its predecessor – something we can’t really say about the slightly tweaked cash-in that Tomb Raider 3 turned out to be.

PS4 Pro is a little more pricey, currently sitting at £349 with a 1TB hard drive. The console itself is twice as powerful, so a £100 premium isn’t bad at all. Unfortunately, stock at most retailers has been intermittent at best since launch, so you might need to shop around.

The Xbox used to be quite weak when it came to exclusive games, but that’s all changed as the Xbox name has established itself. In 2017 you can pick up great exclusive games such as Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 3, Halo and even Sunset Overdrive on the Xbox One S, and many of those also take advantage of the console’s HDR capability.

scrappy_1 2 months ago False.i had a 4 that I traded for an xbox.why? Gears,halo,halo wars2,forza,sunset all multi-player online first party titles which Sony lacks. Single player is amazing on ps4 with nioh and horizon but no multi-player support,including God of War 4 a days gone. They both have 3rd party multi-player games but not first party. 0

Follow User Flag Aug 08, 2013 shortstain The Playstation Credit Card is a fairly limited card, in my opinion. Offering APR rates that are fairly high, the card reminds me of my Nordstrom Credit Card, which has no annual fee like this one, and a fairly high rate as well. However, for a shopper who likes Sony products, this card offers a 3 points per dollar reward at Sony/Playstation, and 10 points on Network purchases. That’s much better than my 2 points per dollar reward from Nordstrom Credit Card. And there’s a 5,000 point bonus. I would say that this card is better than most store credit cards, by offering a better bonus program and rewards program, but also comes highly specific. How many video games and PSPs can you buy in a year?… read more Comment 1 3

The PS4 Slim is very similar, but (unsurprisingly) runs a little smaller. It also loses the gloss finish and rounds off the corners, though there is one small sacrifice for the size: there’s no optical audio output.

To make that hard sell easier, Sony is bringing along one of the better software lineups of any peripheral, and even some consoles, with a suite of titles that juggle name recognition and credibility. Batman is right here next to Battlezone. There is Rez and an included Resident Evil 7 demo. Very few people saw Thumper coming, and it’s already one of my favorite games of the year. Combine PlayStation VR’s lower-than-its-competitors price point and a stuffed launch lineup, and one major question remains: Is the PlayStation 4 itself up to the task of powering good VR experiences? And is PlayStation VR user-friendly enough in practice to hold on to the attention of the mainstream?

Most games are from the PS3 era, but you can find a handful of PlayStation Vita titles there in the mix, as well as a few PS4 games. We recently caught wind of a PlayStation 2 emulator on the PS4, which could mean that games from that generation could arrive some time in 2016.

Xbox will continue to be the home of Halo, Gears of War and Forza, just as PlayStation will host Uncharted, God of War and Infamous, so your choice might come down to your favorite exclusives. Your decision also might be as simple as which platform your friends are already playing on, because, let’s face it — nobody wants to play Destiny alone.

The PlayStation VR display looks like nothing so much as a retro Daft Punk helmet. It’s a charmingly goofy-looking device. There’s a high contrast in materials between the white plastic, the black face, accents and cushions, and the blue lights that allow the PlayStation Camera to track the headset.

PS4 is the only one of the two to offer Spotify, which can play seamlessly in the background of your games. The Xbox One supports background music playback, but you’ll have to rely on apps such as Pandora and Groove Music.

Even more problematic is Scavengers Odyssey, or as we’ve come to know it, ‘The Migraine Generator’. The longest and most complex game of the bunch, you play as some sort of alien scavenger trying to steal an artefact from a mysterious monolith. You’re sitting in a giant mech suit which, unlike all the other games, allows full freedom of movement using normal third person controls on the DualShock 4. That might sound good in theory but it illustrates why fast action games just aren’t suited to virtual reality.

Instead, we have questions—the myriad questions about what you expect and prefer and want from your entertainment and VR, about how comfortable you are with the whole venture, about whether or not your inner ear is constitutionally capable of handling the cruel prank you are about to subject it to. If you are curious about PS VR, or VR in general, it may seem frustrating to be told to ask yourself so many questions—and in that case, if you’re frustrated by these questions, than it’s probably safe to say you’d be frustrated by PS VR. Because contemplating a PS VR comes with a lot of questions. Maybe too many.

The new version of Kinect will offer a wider field of view than its predecessor, better tracking of individuals (limited finger tracking is now included), and the ability to track more overall bodies. And (frighteningly!) also determine your current heart rate. Yes tinfoil hat people, Kinect can be deactivated, but on the other hand it promises to be integral to the Xbox experience.

But for as much as I like Arkham VR, it’s also a game that highlights all the shortcomings of PS VR. It’s not so much a complete experience as it is a slice of one. It’s a game where you’re not so much being Batman as you are just doing a couple things that Batman does on a typical night out, which is mostly looking for clues in a murder mystery with a high-tech flashlight. It lasts about an hour, which is just long enough to keep the game from wearing thin, and about the maximum time any VR title should expect you to spend with it in one sitting.

In terms of children, my older kids had little trouble save my 7-year-old, who found it a bit large, although he was ultimately still able to play comfortably. Sony itself warns against letting children under the age of 12 use PlayStation VR, and I both supervise and limit the time my younger kids spend in VR.

The new Xbox One S tackles every criticism of the older model, with a white, vastly slimmed-down design that ditches the external brick. It also features 4K Blu-ray/streaming video support as well as up to 2TB of internal storage.

Nongaming entertainment: Advantage Xbox Ever since the first Xbox One event in May, Microsoft has clearly focused on communicating that the Xbox One would be much more than simply a box with which to play video games. In contrast, most of Sony’s demos have focused on gaming and little else.

That’s a lot of weight to carry. If Sony successfully attracts the attention of an entirely new audience to VR and those players have a bad experience with the platform, they may reject the technology as a whole. And PlayStation VR finds itself in the odd position of being a more affordable VR platform than its competitors as well as a very expensive peripheral — or rather, a series of very expensive peripherals, working together to create the VR experience.

Controllers: B. When designing the original Playstation controller, it was clear that Sony had learned from the mistakes of its predecessors. It featured a whopping ten buttons, but spaced them out into a manageable configuration. While the top button layout mirrored the SNES controller, it also offered four shoulder buttons instead of two, and “handlebar” grips to give gamers something to grasp. In the ensuing years, the Playstation controller has been altered only slightly, with the major changes being the addition of analog sticks and “force feedback” functions in 1997 and 1998, respectively. This updated design was basically the same used for the Playstation 2 controller.

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Just in case the Kinect and a controller weren’t enough, you can also control many of the Xbox One’s features using the SmartGlass mobile app for Windows 8, Windows Phone, Android and iOS. As with just about every aspect of Microsoft’s new console, the app is similar to what’s already available on the 360, but with a few new features of varying utility. SmartGlass lets you view basic information like messages, achievements, and friend activity on the second screen. It also allows you to launch companion apps for games that have them — Dead Rising 3 in particular has an extensive companion app with some features exclusive to the second screen. After you get a cellphone in the game, you can use your real phone in place of the in-game phone to access a map of the city and receive missions over the phone; you can also look up items on the map, get text messages and gameplay hints, call a friend to help you fight off the zombie horde, or even request an airstrike from your phone.

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Our one sticking point is that it does make a constant low hum when sat in its ‘Instant On’ mode, which I could hear when sitting in a very quiet room. For more on its standby modes and power usage, see Interface.

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From there, you can access Upload Studio, trim and prepare your video and publish it to your Xbox Live account or, for sharing purposes, push it to SkyDrive. Once uploaded, you can grab the link, further edit the video or manually upload it to YouTube or share it manually across social networks, though it again rankles that there’s no direct Twitter or Facebook integration.

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The Xbox One menu has literally been turned on its side with the new update. While the original interface was a mostly horizontal affair, built around navigating left and right for nearly everything, the new interface incorporates much more verticality. The visual design is still heavily based on Microsoft’s Metro design scheme, which uses large graphical tiles and simple text for menu elements. The four main menu tabs (Home, Community, OneGuide, and Store) are now arranged vertically, so instead of flipping left and right between pages of a given tab, you can simply scroll up and down (or use the left and right triggers to page up and down), which makes the menu layout feel much more coherent.

Gameplay SharingEven without Game DVR snapped or a Kinect connected, the new Xbox One interface lets you easily capture screenshots or record five-minute clips of gameplay. Double-tapping the Xbox button from a game not only brings up the Quick Access menu, but gives the option to save your screen or the last five minutes of video from your game by pressing X or Y. It’s not quite as convenient as the dedicated Share button on the PlayStation 4’s controller, but it’s still very accessible.

But in many ways, the Xbox One’s bold direction for the future is well in place. The integration of voice controls and its media strategy are a boon to everyone, and the ability to run apps while playing games is something we now want on every gaming console we have. That it has a handful of strong, exclusive games at launch only supports its legitimacy as a gaming console and not just an entertainment hub.

Elsewhere the Xbox One is a perfectly decent Blu-Ray and DVD player and will offer access to online movie and music services such as Netflix and Microsoft’s own Xbox Music. Many of these apps were not available to test pre-launch so, again, we will make any amends to this article once the console is released.

We would really like to see a 4×4 scaler mode added – it’s effectively a simple ‘nearest neighbour’ upscale but it works well because 4K is a simple 2x scale in both directions compared to full HD. The feature is supported on our Panasonic DX750, and at range, it’s definitely better for gaming than both the Xbox One S and indeed the DX750’s own standard upscaler.

The most recent update has also brought new goodies. You can now use Cortana through Kinect or a headset microphone, to find movies and programmes to watch or to launch games, or even to quickly search for something on the web while you’re busy in a game. It’s easier to find Facebook friends with Xbox Live accounts and add them to your friends list, while sharing video clips and screengrabs is a faster process, too.

Our Verdict It might look big and bulky next to its slimmer version, the Xbox One S, but these days the older Xbox One can be found for some temptingly low prices. If you’re willing to sacrifice the 4K functionality of the Xbox One S, then the Xbox One is still a great piece of hardware.

Not everyone will love the design of the PS4, but at least it looks like it has been designed, rather than simply shoved into the case of a VCR from the ’90s. Exaggeration? Ok, but the One is a big angular box of a machine that no-one’s going to appreciate for aesthetic reasons.

The Xbox One S’s design improvements aren’t limited to the console itself. The controller has gotten some nice evolutionary upgrades as well. For starters, the included controller now comes in white to match the Xbox One S’s body. It also feature a new textured grip, which makes it a lot easier to hold while playing long gaming sessions.

Yes, you say “Hey Cortana” instead of “Xbox” now; it is part of the “summer update” going out to all Xbox Ones. To my mind, the update puts the focus on the things that a games console like the Xbox is good at: easily finding games and streaming video. I’m not going to delve too deeply into the software here other than to say that it’s an improvement overall and I’ll be curious to see how much effort Microsoft continues to put into getting Windows 10 apps running on the Xbox.

However, given the Xbox 360’s notorious reliability problems, it’s a little reassuring that the Xbox One was given so much room to breathe. It’s quiet, and it runs relatively cool. But if you’re looking for subtlety, this is not the console for you.

The Xbox One S is neither of those, but it is an evolutionary step towards them. It bridges the gap between the old and the new, and while it is hard to make a case for an upgrade for existing Xbox One owners, it has become the best console on the market on the build up to Christmas 2016.

But while the Xbox One S may not offer native 4K gaming support, it does offer native 4K streaming support and also supports 4K Blu-ray discs. The built-in 4K Blu-ray player, which supports UHD Blu-ray playback (4K Blu-ray discs) is particularly nice as it saves you from having to go out and buy a dedicated 4K Blu-ray player. It’s also nice that you can now use the Xbox to stream 4K video from supported providers including Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Video, and a few others. However, the drawback here is that you won’t get to see the Xbox One S’s 4K benefit if you don’t own a 4K telly. But at least it’s ready for when you do get one.

Verdict: If you’ve been waiting to buy a new games console, the Xbox One S is the one to get. While the addition of a Bluetooth player and HDR gaming support is nice, the amazing feat of the Xbox One S is so much power in such a tiny, beautiful design. However, the design changes shouldn’t be enough to make those who already own a previous generation Xbox One splash out for an upgrade.

One of the most exciting additions to the controller is actually behind that unusually long battery life. The controller works in coordination with Kinect to monitor its use. When you put the controller down to watch a movie, it enters a low-power state. It’s a smart way of extending the utility of Kinect in a practical way. When you put the controller down to watch a movie, it enters a low-power state. The Xbox One also supports the Wi-Fi Direct standard for, well, direct wireless connections between devices. This kind of connection eliminates your wireless router from the equation, reducing latency and speeding up transfer speeds — which Microsoft is using for the Xbox One’s new, improved version of SmartGlass (discussed later).

And talking of the Store, there are some weird issues here, too. Try using the One’s global search function to find Destiny. You’d have thought it would take you to game page where you could at the very least watch trailers and probably pre-order the game for download on the day of launch. Alas, that game page doesn’t exist, the One doesn’t yet support pre-orders of digital editions, and no trailers or other game information is turned up. It’s almost like the game doesn’t exist, but is made all the more weird by the fact that there’s a trailer for the game on the console’s Home screen. Think that’s just Microsoft marginalising a game that’s launching with exclusive PS4 content? Try typing in “Advanced Warfare” or “Quantum Break” and the result is the same.

The focal point is the home screen. The largest of its nine tiles is a live preview of the latest game or app you’ve used, and under it you’ll find the last four apps you accessed before that. To the left, there’s a link to your friends list, with your profile and Gamerscore; to the right, small tiles for the disc currently in the drive, a link to a list of all your apps and games, and the Snap command. If you scroll further to the right, you’ll get to the Store screen with dedicated sections for games, apps, music, and movies, and if you go further to the left, there’s a space for you to pin up to 25 pieces of your favorite content. At the very top of the screen there’s a single unified notification bar that keeps track of alerts and messages, as well as the icons for each player currently signed in to the console.

That appears to be the point. The One isn’t designed to stand out, like the sharply angled PlayStation 4; it’s designed to disappear into the stack of black rectangles next to or underneath your television. The PS4’s light pulses as it turns on and glows as you use it, while the One just sits in the shadows hoping you don’t even notice it’s there.

If you’re not interested in using Kinect, or at least not willing to deal with missed commands, you can indeed turn it off. You can turn off the microphone, the camera, or both from a dedicated Kinect page in the settings menu, or simply unplug the peripheral completely for maximum privacy. Of course, then you’re stuck navigating a Windows-like interface with a controller. Even if you have to try two or three times to get the Kinect to recognize your commands, it’s still faster than the alternative.

It may have upset the thoroughbred gamers out there, but for a good number of people seeing Xbox control cable TV through voice commands during the announcement press conference was pretty exciting. It was a huge disappointment then, that this other huge new feature of the One was so underbaked for the UK at launch. Now, though, Microsoft has mostly finished the cooking.

A notable disappointment is the absence of real-name support at launch. One of the PS4’s most enjoyable enhancements has been postponed for Xbox One until an unspecified future date. Microsoft has also dropped social-network integration, which seems like a short-sighted reaction to the lack of users of the Xbox 360 apps. With the Xbox One far more qualified to support these features alongside games and entertainment, it’s disappointing they’re not here. Also missing at launch is Twitch livestreaming support. While Sony revealed its console — and its streaming ability — first, Microsoft was first to specifically announce Twitch streaming support. Twitch, unlike other streaming video platforms, is gaming-specific and its inclusion in the PlayStation 4 already makes the feature feel mandatory. Twitch streaming is coming to the Xbox One “during the first part of 2014,” but its initial absence is pronounced.

There were very few complaints when the original Xbox One was announced, and it failed to handle 4K. In 2013 nobody really cared about HD’s successor. Not unless they’d spent thousands of dollars on one of the few 4K TV sets available at the time. Yes, the best consoles have a habit of being future-proof (see the PS2 playing DVDs and the PS3 playing Blu-ray), but in 2013, 4K seemed too far in the future for anyone to care.

From design perspective, the Xbox One’s version of Kinect is a whole lot bigger than its predecessor. It’s also designed to sit in front of your TV, rather than perched on top of the screen like the PlayStation Camera. That’s because its field of view is now so large that it doesn’t need to sit up high, meaning you no longer have the original Kinect’s unnerving habit of moving to find you across a room.

You have to install each game from the disc. The next-generation has brought enormous file sizes, so it’s fortunate that the Xbox One allows you to only partway install a game before you can start playing. Similarly, title updates downloaded from the web can be partially downloaded as you play, rather than having to wait too long for that 4GB day one Forza patch. There’s definitely two sides to the coin, in that there will be more regular updates, but the console makes an effort to make downloading them fairly painless. Theoretically the additional connectivity should offer developers the chance to constantly update their games, which will hopefully only benefit players.

Those apps should whet the appetite of developers, but even Microsoft’s not quite committed to showing just how versatile the One can be. For now, the Xbox One’s app ecosystem is just like the 360’s. Netflix and Hulu, Amazon and HBO Go, apps for the NFL and ESPN and for Fox and FX. All the apps look good and work well, with much shorter loading times than on the 360, which has started to slow under the weight of its upgrades over the last couple of years. It feels like the beginning, like Microsoft’s only opened the door to a giant world of possibility. Why shouldn’t Evernote be on my TV, showing me all my clippings and notes? Why is there no way to see my Instagram feed, or my Twitter stream, or the weather? All of those are almost certainly on Microsoft’s roadmap, but for right now Microsoft’s great synergetic plan for Windows goes mostly under-utilized. Microsoft’s just built a system that does everything the Xbox 360 did, only better.

The Xbox One S, at the time of writing, is the cheapest 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player on the market by quite some distance. The 500GB version of the console costs around £250, with some retailers now offering bundles for even less.

Coming in three flavours, 500GB, 1TB and 2TB, which relate to the amount of storage on offer, the Xbox One S (or just “Xbox One” as it says on the box) is an excellent console that also echoes statements made by the manufacturer before the original launched. It is a bone fide, all-in-one media machine, and we feel that is its attractive selling point.

Finally, there’s Dark Souls 3 – with PS4 players enjoying the blood-soaked exclusivity of Bloodborne, Xbox One players were crying out for a bit of Miyazaki mayhem and we got it in Dark Souls 3. Punishing, deep and utterly intoxicating, DS3 will make you scream in frustrating but it’ll make you pump your fist with self-congratulation more than any other game (well, maybe except Trials Evolution).

PerformanceThe 1TB version of the Xbox One has a hybrid drive that uses solid state media for part of the on-board storage. Microsoft claims this makes the system quicker to load than the hard-drive-only 500GB model. Killer Instinct was a hair faster on the 1TB Xbox One, loading matches in 11-12 seconds compared with between 12-13 seconds on the 500GB system, which is hardly a noticeable difference. Gears of War: Ultimate Edition was even less apparent, with both systems getting to the game’s title screen from the main menu in approximately 30 seconds. The 1TB Xbox One’s hybrid drive might be a little bit faster, but don’t expect a big jump in performance.

Microsoft wants you to take your Xbox One profile with you. If you have an Xbox One, say, at the office (you do, don’t you?), you’d only need to walk into that room, have it recognize your face, tell it “Xbox, go home” and then load the last thing you were playing, picking up right where your save from home left off.

Both in terms of graphics and gameplay, the Xbox One and PS4 are more or less equivalent. Where the Xbox experience differs is the Kinect. Despite its impressive power, it’s currently just a better version of the 360’s implementation when it comes to games. Kinect-exclusive titles fall into two very predictable categories: full-on fitness trainers, and fitness trainers masked as arcade games like Just Dance and Kinect Sports Rivals. Xbox Fitness is actually a great demonstration of how eerily accurate the new Kinect sensor is — and it’s something I’ll be using, a lot, as long as my roommates are far, far away from the house.

Kinect & UI User Interface & Experience While the Xbox One’s UI is a departure from the Xbox 360, it should be familiar to anyone who’s used Windows 8. The colored tiles are easier to navigate than the multiple cluttered pages that made up the Xbox 360’s dashboard, and there’s a clear, easy-to-understand hierarchy.

Xbox Original Games

Ranking Microsoft’s first passage

The original Xbox was Microsoft’s flagship console for less than half as long as Xbox 360, but it acquired the best possible use of those precious times. The new challenger for a spot under your TV rapidly established itself as serious competition to well-established gaming brands with whimsical faith classics and blockbuster sequence that continues to furnishing new plays to this day .

With all that in knowledge, we’ve put together our top 25 Xbox plays, encompassing undisputed champs and oddball sleeper smashes alike. As you click through, be said that Microsoft had next to no know-how in the console plays sell before assembling this lineup. Not bad for a rookie strive !Steel Battalion

Before plastic guitars and drums were the norm in every living room, Capcom’s Steel Battalion asked you to fork over $200 for a giant controller sporting two control sticks and 40 buttons. Such was the rate for one of “the worlds largest” immersive plays of the generation. While it’s admittedly overkill, the added physical verifies move the game feel remarkable, helping to repeat the experience of actually controlling a mech. Theoretically, regardless .

Even beyond that, nonetheless, the game is simply awesome. Doing ploys with your mech squad is authentic-ish merriment, and the visuals were great for their period. It even has a sequel, Line of Contact, which also used the controller, as well as including in multiplayer. Then it knew any other sequel, but we don’t talk about that one anymore. It’s the mad idealism of the original that impedes this sequence close to our hearts .Spider-Man 2

Everyone secretly wants to be Spider-Man, but no recreation really get close to fulfilling those reveries until Spider-Man 2 came along. Although it’s a( really loose) movie adaptation, it was the first recreation to shed a superhero into a big, open nature and just let you mess around with their powers. And until Batman: Arkham Asylum arrived in 2009, it was arguably best available .

That’s mostly thanks to developer Treyarch utterly nailing the feeling of web-swinging, to help you latch onto utterly any surface for free-form Tarzan antics. There’s a careful pattern to doing it right, but once you get the hang of it, they are able to rocket across Manhattan’s skyline with the accelerate and grace of an Olympic gymnast. The whole know-how is a seamless, unbridled rushed, coupled with spate of randomly fun back pursuings, from pursuing non-movie plotlines to chasing down some kid’s lost balloons .Burnout 3: Takedown

There are three kinds of racing followers: Those who like Gran Turismo, those who like Mario Kart, and those who like Burnout. And for the Burnout crowd, Burnout 3 is the cream of the crop. Criterion’s racer neighbourhoods action-packed race and over-the-top disintegrates over reality for awesome develops, and Takedown perfected the formula that it dabbled with for the previous two plays .

The excellent additive is the new “Takedown” mode, which alters a conventional race into a gauntlet where you need to beat your foes by smashing them off the road; think of high standards race but lend in some demolition-derby factors. Burnout 3 “ve managed” take the unrealistic racer to the next tier, jam-pack more competitive activity than the past two plays mixed .tar Wars Battlefront II

Intensity and legitimacy: Those two calibers stand out in this first- and third-person shooter from a galaxy far, far away. Developer Pandemic expertly realized battlegrounds near and dear to Star Wars followers, stuffed them full of heavily armed vehicles( chiefly well-known ), then kitted out nicely sized opposing hordes complete with a detailed class arrangement so that the various types unit categorizes all experience somewhat different …

… but that was all in the first recreation. Battlefront 2 includes obliging new recreation modes, titanic opening battles to complement the planetside squad activity, and playable Jedi who were capable of single-handedly shifting the tide of a battle, but which somehow didn’t severance the game’s balance. This was the titanic Star Wars war game we’d been looking for. Even with a new Battlefront out there, many still argue that this is the definitive know-how .Oddworld: Strangers Wrath

Who would have predicted that Oddworld Inhabitants, developers of whimsical and environmentally conscious puzzle-adventures, could pull off a full-blown shooter? Or that it would end up being one of the more good crap-shooters the original Xbox had to offer? Yet the most unbelievable thing about Stranger’s Wrath is that the slow-paced, lever-pulling Oddworld universe has been be converted into a fastest and most frenzied activity occasion without losing a single ounce of its lovably funny personality. Despite the macho Western put, the story’s theme still relates nature vs. industry. And despite the hero’s tough-guy aura, you’re still crusading to protect dewy-eyed innocents from greed-obsessed monsters that appear straight out of a demented Jim Henson movie .Even the gun itself isn’t what you’d expect. Forget bullets- this baby filmed actual live ammo. As in, living creatures that you grasp off the dirt, consignment into your crossbow and open, screaming and wriggling, at the adversary. It’s fun, innovative and entirely out of left field, just like the entire recreationForza Motorsport

Please, what it is you do, don’t announce Forza Motorsport a Gran Turismo clone. When private developers at Microsoft insured what the folks at Sony had accomplished with their realism-obsessed race simulator, they didn’t emulate it … they speculated,” We can do that better “.

Luckily for Xbox owners, they were right. On its very first try, Forza paired the GT series car for automobile, line for line, and customization option for customization option. Then it acquired two immeasurably massive improvements: accurate impair physics and online participate. The former was long overdue in a genre that prides itself on reality. The latter amassed lonely, closeted automobile fanatics around the world and united them into an elite and knowledgeable culture association .Beyond Good and Evil

Feeling for all the world like some strange combining of Dark Crystal, X-Files, and Independence Day as be administered by Tim Burton- and starring a cast of Muppets- Beyond Good& Evil is a game that refuses to be pigeonholed. It’s funny, with its cutesy animal characters( one of whom brandishes fart-fueled spurt boots) and chubby, rounded spaceships .

But beneath that cute surface is very extent, with a plot that delves into themes of government scheme, change, ardour, and confidence. Its gameplay is all over the place, from Metal Gear-style sneaking to opening dogfights, hovercraft races, sort photography, and one particularly brutal recreation of opening air hockey. And when the final credits pan across a series of photos of the characters, you’ll feel like you’re looking at pictures of your actual acquaintances .Fable

Originally pitched as the ultimate open-ended know-how, Fable was released as an unfinished, moderately linear action-RPG and an object lesson in not guessing the publicity. But somehow we affection it regardless; for all its hacky-slashy gameplay and deep flaws, it’s still a rush to watch your reputation age, wed the girl and/ or person of his reveries and be loved or horror by syndicate of villagers .

Fable’s main quest is suddenly, and all the side recreations parcelled into the world is getting older after a few hours. But it gives a lot of special, memorable times while it lasts, and watching your hero grow up and develop gives you a connection to him that most plays merely don’t offering. Fable wasn’t what we were promised, but it was still groundbreaking in its own channel- after all, how many plays let you merely hang out in taverns and turn into a fatty boozehound ?Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30

God merely knows how many times we’ve single-handedly won the Second World War by reducing through ripple after ripple of the Nazi plague, rallying relentlessly on through the bloody wastelands like a possessed, bloodthirsty super soldier, never stopping to conclude, merely focused on kill, kill, KILL !

And then Friend in Arms wheeled into town, educating us to do things differently and that, actually, crusade is a crew recreation where unilateral thinking gung-ho heroes tend to get their bowels killed out. Road to Hill 30 has spate of intense Hun-in-the-crosshair action, but it’s also focused on smartly speeded, squad-oriented tactical masterminding, effectively ambushing us with a refreshing approaching to Nazi hunting .Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30

God merely knows how many times we’ve single-handedly won the Second World War by reducing through ripple after ripple of the Nazi plague, rallying relentlessly on through the bloody wastelands like a possessed, bloodthirsty super soldier, never stopping to conclude, merely focused on kill, kill, KILL !

And then Friend in Arms wheeled into town, educating us to do things differently and that, actually, crusade is a crew recreation where unilateral thinking gung-ho heroes tend to get their bowels killed out. Road to Hill 30 has spate of intense Hun-in-the-crosshair action, but it’s also focused on smartly speeded, squad-oriented tactical masterminding, effectively ambushing us with a refreshing approaching to Nazi hunting .Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction

At occasions, hiking across- or piloting over- Mercenaries’ massive battle-scorched scenery is a strangely grim and depressing experience. Pandemic successfully captured the deathly joyless atmosphere that must, we see, suffocate the air in time of war .

Thankfully, the developer also captured the mystical, chimney-stack amaze of blowing constructs up and watching them fall down, providing you with a Richter scale-shattering array of heavy weapons and air strikes to play with. Laser-guided demise has never been so devastatingly fun .Crimson Skies: High-pitched Road to Revenge

Crimson Skies suctions you in with its cool steampunk adjusting full of giant zeppelins and weird-looking Howard Hughes fighter planes, but it’s the arcade-style dogfights that impede you playing. With the dramatic embroil of an adventure serial, Crimson Skies has you effortlessly swooping through lush, craggy sceneries as you take on air-pirate missions and blast bogeys out of the sky .

While there are still spate of appeal in Crimson Skies’ mission-based, pulp-fiction storyline, it was really merely a training ground for the high-flying Xbox Live deathmatches. Pre-Halo 2, this was undoubtedly one of best available online plays on Microsoft’s black box, and jostle magnet-guided rockets into 15 other foes still has an indisputable charm today .Crimson Skies: High-pitched Road to Revenge

Crimson Skies suctions you in with its cool steampunk adjusting full of giant zeppelins and weird-looking Howard Hughes fighter planes, but it’s the arcade-style dogfights that impede you playing. With the dramatic embroil of an adventure serial, Crimson Skies has you effortlessly swooping through lush, craggy sceneries as you take on air-pirate missions and blast bogeys out of the sky .

While there are still spate of appeal in Crimson Skies’ mission-based, pulp-fiction storyline, it was really merely a training ground for the high-flying Xbox Live deathmatches. Pre-Halo 2, this was undoubtedly one of best available online plays on Microsoft’s black box, and jostle magnet-guided rockets into 15 other foes still has an indisputable charm today .Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

Sands of Time is a truly classic adventure that teeters tantalizingly close to perfection. While the ability to” rewind period” is the game’s party piece, it’s the Prince who plagiarizes the depict with his range of athletically impressive moves. Warm, hazy illuminating gives an ethereal incandescence to the brilliantly designed degrees, and steering the Persian hero perfectly from an elaborately plotted A to B is a filling thrill .

The best part of the whole thing? It’s a love story! A well-written, heartwarming love story! In video games! A video game! No ladies in other castles! No contrived hero/ damsel claptrap! Excellent of all , no anthropomorphic swine/ human tendernes( we’re looking at you, Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 )! Just good ol’ movie-style romance that gets us right in the perceives. How many plays is really do that ?The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

Take the go-anywhere, do-anything doctrine of Grand Theft Auto and put it into a fully realized fantasy world and you’ve got the best first-person RPG ever acquired( at the least until the next-gen sequels, Oblivion and Skyrim, came along ). Will you follow the epic main quest studying to be a prophesied hero and free-spoken the territory from demonic brutality? Or will you wander from town to town, embezzling wooden spoonfuls and slaughtering elves for their hats? It’s up to you .

Morrowind peculiarities countless plotlines and battles that you could attack any channel you se fit. Whether through intense first-person sword-fighting, magical, sneaking or- in rare cases- actually talking your channel through a bad situation, there’s often a perfect solution for your current mood .Jade Empire

BioWare’s firstly few smashes were based on built dealerships, with Star Wars and Dungeons& Dragons holding up its awesome plays. Jade Empire was one of the developer’s first struggles at creating an entire universe “of ones own”, and while the world isn’t as interesting or involved as Mass Effect’s would one day be, it’s still unbelievably interesting. There’s little wants to know why followers clamor for sequels to this day .

You move spate of alternatives on your channel to the end of the game, choosing to follow either the Way of the Open Palm or the Way of the Closed Fist as your protagonist battles to find their ruler. Early seeds of future BioWare game mechanics- including musician romance and choice-driven gameplay- were present in the game, drawing Jade Empire a genuine spiritual predecessor to plays like Dragon Age and Mass Effect .Panzer Dragoon Orta

Xbox’s then-superior dominance was put to breathtaking use in Panzer Dragoon Orta, establishing one of “the worlds largest” breathtakingly cinematic crap-shooters ever seen. Even back in the working day of the Sega Saturn, Team Andromeda were pushing their hardware further than anyone speculated possible, and while Orta are not able to have been quite as revolutionary, it was still a impressive spectacle .

Add in a strategic dragon-placement arrangement similar to that found in obscure RPG classic Panzer Dragoon Saga and you soon find yourself cunningly eschewing adversary volley and moving around to employ weak spot for massive impair. Although it’s essentially an on-rails shooter, such messages can’t do justice to the game’s splendor. You’ll dangle your skepticism until “youve been” are riding a terrifying dragon monster through fiery skies … what better recommendation can we pay ?The Chronicles of Riddick: Flee from Butcher Bay

It’s a pity that Escape from Butcher Bay was tied to such a poop movie as The Chronicles of Riddick. The characters in this prison-break drama are more compelling, the action is far more brutal, and it is a far, far more vehicle for a charismatic antihero like Riddick than any lame summertime blockbuster could be .More than that, Butcher Bay is a seriously awesome adventure; the first-person view is actually merely there to rub your nose in the beautiful repugnance of its grimy sci-fi prison. It also throws an specially personal touch on all the fistfights and spear battles you got into, and sees it merely that is something that cool when you pull off stunts like making a lookout blast himself in the appearance. Contribute some immersive, cinematic activity strings that’d thrown Half-Life 2 to dishonor, and you have an ahead-of-its-time inmate sim that still sits as one of the Xbox’s excellent playsThe Chronicles of Riddick: Flee from Butcher Bay

It’s a pity that Escape from Butcher Bay was tied to such a poop movie as The Chronicles of Riddick. The characters in this prison-break drama are more compelling, the action is far more brutal, and it is a far, far more vehicle for a charismatic antihero like Riddick than any lame summertime blockbuster could be .More than that, Butcher Bay is a seriously awesome adventure; the first-person view is actually merely there to rub your nose in the beautiful repugnance of its grimy sci-fi prison. It also throws an specially personal touch on all the fistfights and spear battles you got into, and sees it merely that is something that cool when you pull off stunts like making a lookout blast himself in the appearance. Contribute some immersive, cinematic activity strings that’d thrown Half-Life 2 to dishonor, and you have an ahead-of-its-time inmate sim that still sits as one of the Xbox’s excellent playsTom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow

We insured no shortage of Splinter Cell plays on Xbox, but the standout of different groups is certainly this second entry. Pandora Tomorrow’s single-player campaign is yet another masterpiece in stealth and tension, with exotically detailed venues, top-notch luminary voice performing, and fluidly invigorated new moves like infantry twirls and upside-down shooting. What discriminates Pandora is its entirely unique and entirely addictive multiplayer .

The two-on-two versus mode enables you to sneak and shimmy through matches as a Sam Fisher-like spy, with agility and darknes as your more powerful weapons. Or, be a mercenary and will vary depending on traditionally bred weaponry like assault rifles, grenades, and tour mines to blast gaps in those pesky black ninja clothings. Mercenaries even played in first-person mode, drawing the asymmetrical challenger even keener .Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow

We insured no shortage of Splinter Cell plays on Xbox, but the standout of different groups is certainly this second entry. Pandora Tomorrow’s single-player campaign is yet another masterpiece in stealth and tension, with exotically detailed venues, top-notch luminary voice performing, and fluidly invigorated new moves like infantry twirls and upside-down shooting. What discriminates Pandora is its entirely unique and entirely addictive multiplayer .

The two-on-two versus mode enables you to sneak and shimmy through matches as a Sam Fisher-like spy, with agility and darknes as your more powerful weapons. Or, be a mercenary and will vary depending on traditionally bred weaponry like assault rifles, grenades, and tour mines to blast gaps in those pesky black ninja clothings. Mercenaries even played in first-person mode, drawing the asymmetrical challenger even keener .

l better than San Andreas. While it’s not that pretty to look at now( and wasn’t back in 2004, really ), San Andreas doesn’t merely offer up a city in which to go nuts- it gives you an entire bogus state, with three distinct metropolis and miles of open countryside and little town in between .It also boasts a compelling narration that starts small-minded, with mobs crusading over places in Los Santos, but soon ramps up to become a ridiculous misdemeanour epic with jetpacks, VTOL jets, and multimillion-dollar real estate. It’s still one of best available plays imaginable for creating insane stunts and just going entirely berserk, and was an ideal channel to get that out of our collective arrangement before moving on to the more self-restrained GTA 4.Psychonauts

Psychonauts is ingenious. It’s also laugh-out-loud funny. Talking to a game’s supporting sheds ordinarily consists of button-mashing through discussions as soon as possible, but shooting the breeze with Psychonauts’ adorably, impishly whimsical cluster of misfits is an absolute exhilaration, thanks to the comic glare of the dialogue .

Besides the entertaining psychobabble, the disturbed mindscapes that make up the levels are utterly original and blindingly recreation to outwit. Psychonauts is nutrient for your intelligence as well as lubrication for your giggle valve. If you like sampling great plays that failed to make any kind of impact in the following chart, make sure you check out Psychonauts .Psychonauts

Psychonauts is ingenious. It’s also laugh-out-loud funny. Talking to a game’s supporting sheds ordinarily consists of button-mashing through discussions as soon as possible, but shooting the breeze with Psychonauts’ adorably, impishly whimsical cluster of misfits is an absolute exhilaration, thanks to the comic glare of the dialogue .

Besides the entertaining psychobabble, the disturbed mindscapes that make up the levels are utterly original and blindingly recreation to outwit. Psychonauts is nutrient for your intelligence as well as lubrication for your giggle valve. If you like sampling great plays that failed to make any kind of impact in the following chart, make sure you check out Psychonauts .

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One of “the worlds largest” fiercely anticipated plays in its own history of the Xbox, Ninja Gaiden lived up to the lofty our hope that developer Team Ninja’s Dead or Alive fighting-and-cheesecake sequence could never quite equal. From the first second you passed the disc into the Xbox the game was brutally intense, with penalise rigor; your only option was to get good at it, and fast. The reinforce was being able to play one of “the worlds largest” engrossing action-adventure plays ever .

While the main focus is the speedy ninja combat, ingenious tier pattern with light Zelda-like touches and still-gorgeous graphics bolster the action. The developers’ heritage with crusading plays enable them to furnish the most complicated yet smooth reputation self-control in an activity recreation yet, and mastering ninja Ryu’s moves remains an addictive journey for hardcore players .Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 

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Set 1,000 times before the Star Wars movies, Knights of the Old Republic gives you the chance to explore a galaxy rend between the Republic and the Empire-like Sith. As an amnesiac Jedi with a awful secret, you tour from planet to planet, righting incorrects( or wronging them even further ), gathering admirers, and busting out the crazy Force powers in all-or-nothing lightsaber battles .

KOTOR is awesome on all levels: an involving storyline, characters you actually care about, and turn-based battles that move so quickly they seem more like real-time hack-and-slash. Even the branch discussions are fascinating, which is great, because you’ll expend a lot of time merely steering your channel through them. Add a ton of back pursuings, cool outfits, upgradeable Dark and Light Force powers, and a handful of never-before-revealed Star Wars trivia, and you have an RPG masterpiece that put to shame anything else bearing the Star Wars symbol .

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